Center for Working Families (CWF) is designed to improve the economic stability of families in an effort to help them meet their basic needs. The program bundles employment, income/work supports and asset building through a coaching model.
TAACCCT provides education, job training, job placement and support to young adults between the ages of 16-21 most of whom have not completed high school and/or were juvenile offenders. Participants will be given the opportunity to transform their lives and roles in society by obtaining their GED and vocational credential.
Urban Youth Employment Program (UYEP) serves individuals between the ages of 16 and 24 who are unemployed or underemployed by providing career training, job skills training, job retention training and job placement in various career fields.
Workplace Excellence Workshops provide essential tools and services to help individuals prepare and search for employment. Workshops are held in a four-day series which runs consecutively from Monday to Thursday. All workshops are are facilitated by career coaches focusing on key developmental categories:
Each day, the workshop series will cover new topics and material. Each month the complete workshop series will be offered in a 4 day consecutive morning session from 10 am -12 pm daily and a 4 day consecutive evening session from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm daily.
Have a question about our Jobs programs? Contact the Urban League at 954.584.0777.